History and Home Link Party

It’s time for week # 40 of the History and Home Link Party, the place for bloggers to share their stories about:

  • home decor
  • home DIY
  • antiques and vintage finds
  • history and historic places

I’m so glad you’re here to share and read along!

I did visit every post that was linked up last week, even though I didn’t have a chance to leave a comment on each one.  There were so many wonderful, informative, and pretty-to-look-at things last week, I just “pinned” all kinds of things to the Link Party Features Board on Pinterest, so if you don’t already follow me there, you may want to check that out.  The link is below.

It was really hard to pick main features for this week, but I narrowed it down to these two, because (for selfish reasons) they relate to one of my first loves, and one of my latest loves.

Jill from A Little Bit of Everything shared her vintage magazine finds, one of which featured David Cassidy, the man I just knew I would grow up to marry back when I was the ripe old age of 6:

And Tanya from Dans le Lakehouse  shared her incredible kitchen, which she designed around her vintage kitchen glass collection!

Now why haven’t I thought of that?

Thanks to all of you for joining in on the fun.  Now let’s see what you have for this week – oh, and to my fellow Americans, Happy Independence Day!

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22 Replies to “History and Home Link Party”

  1. I hope your 4th of July is a bang! Sorry, I linked up a recipe instead of my vintage treasure. I couldn’t figure out how to delete.

    Shannon ~ bohemianjunktion.com

  2. Oh the good ‘ole Partridge family – c’mon get happy – that sure put a smile on my face. 🙂 Thanks for hosting, Dawn, and have a great holiday week. I was hard-core junkin’ lately,a s you can see….
    Rita

  3. I love the kitchen and the glass ware, it kind of makes me sad that I sold most of mine when I moved into this house, but I decided it wouldn’t do anyone any good boxed up in the basement, so I have to be content looking at other people’s collections. I do still have some pieces I just couldn’t part with and I would love to have a way to display it like this kitchen. When we do our kitchen remodel I hope to incorporate some open shelves like this one. Thank you for sharing.

  4. Thank you for the party!

    It’s nice to revel in ancient times.
    I do this more often.
    Thank you for the feature on your link party feature board on Pinterest.
    It’s great.

    regards

    Uwe

  5. Thanks so much for responding to my comment. She did say that the paint is turquoise. Thanks so much for your fun blog!

  6. if you have such a glorious collection of pyrex it totally makes sense to design the kitchen around it. it looks great!

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